by John Russel Jones

Seattle-based iconic outdoor brand Eddie Bauer and travel-tech startup Cabana have announced a partnership offering vans and rental gear to adventure enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest. The collaboration features an Eddie Bauer takeover of five of Cabana’s high-tech travel vans, each outfitted with branded bedding, gear, and accessories. 

Customers can start their Pacific Northwest adventure with coffee made in Eddie Bauer’s Stanley French Press, break out a game of cornhole at their campsite, and spend the night cozying up in Eddie Bauer’s softest Oversized Down Throw with mountains, lakes, or coastal views.

“Eddie Bauer has outfitted adventure-seekers and expeditions throughout the world for more than 100 years. By partnering with Cabana, we hope to continue inspiring, enabling, and empowering people to have outdoor experiences, and make it easier than ever to be equipped to explore nature,” said Damien Huang, Eddie Bauer CEO.

Eddie Bauer and Cabana have collaborated to create a unique way to explore the Pacific Northwest by offering adventure vans and rental gear to adventure enthusiasts.

Last year, Eddie Bauer launched its rental program, providing technical apparel and gear at affordable prices. Cabana has made getting outdoors easier since May 2020 with a van design that allows for 3-5 days off-grid without maintenance. Now, through the partnership, Cabana guests will also have the opportunity to rent gear from Eddie Bauer.

“I live by the Scandinavian saying that there’s ‘no bad weather, only bad clothes.’ I’m excited that this partnership will not only enhance the Cabana experience but provide the adequate gear and clothing rental opportunity for guests to feel confident exploring in the elements, whatever they may be,” said Scott Kubly, Cabana CEO.

The Eddie Bauer Cabanas are now available for rent at https://www.cabana.life/eddiebauer.